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Old 03-06-2019, 02:06 PM   #21
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It was probably 7/29/02 for me. It also started my love affair with SPAC.

Dave Matthews Band
July 29, 2002
Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY

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Pig
Warehouse
Grey Street
Proudest Monkey
Satellite
Don't Drink the Water
One Sweet World
If I Had It All
Kit Kat Jam
#41
I Did It
Raven
Loving Wings
Where Are You Going
So Right
Ants Marching
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Dancing Nancies
Everyday [tease]
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Old 03-06-2019, 02:46 PM   #22
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It was probably 7/29/02 for me. It also started my love affair with SPAC.

Dave Matthews Band
July 29, 2002
Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY

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Pig
Warehouse
Grey Street
Proudest Monkey
Satellite
Don't Drink the Water
One Sweet World
If I Had It All
Kit Kat Jam
#41
I Did It
Raven
Loving Wings
Where Are You Going
So Right
Ants Marching
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Dancing Nancies
Everyday [tease]
Two Step
Good lord what an awesome show. Phenomenal tape of it too. Literally my favorite AUD to listen to. You're a lucky bastard
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Old 03-06-2019, 02:48 PM   #23
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I'm pissed I couldn't see them until 2001. My brother saw 3 shows in 1998 and I got to see none
Of 30 shows I've been to only two were before Everyday dropped, and one of them I was so trashed I barely even remember it... meanwhile I had friends who were at 12/8/98. So I feel your pain a bit.
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Old 03-06-2019, 04:19 PM   #24
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Buddy of mine called me on on the phone and played Satellite and Ants for me. Really dug it so I went to buy the album at Best Buy, problem is I didn't know the name of the album. First one I picked up was R2T, which happened to have Ants and Satellite, so figured that was the one. I am glad I made that mistake, because that album changed my perception of music in a way that I'm not sure would be the same if I'd happened to grab UTTAD first.
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Old 03-06-2019, 05:06 PM   #25
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It was probably 7/29/02 for me. It also started my love affair with SPAC.

Dave Matthews Band
July 29, 2002
Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY

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Pig
Warehouse
Grey Street
Proudest Monkey
Satellite
Don't Drink the Water
One Sweet World
If I Had It All
Kit Kat Jam
#41
I Did It
Raven
Loving Wings
Where Are You Going
So Right
Ants Marching
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Dancing Nancies
Everyday [tease]
Two Step
It took me something like 47 shows to get Raven.
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Old 03-07-2019, 12:39 AM   #26
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Of 30 shows I've been to only two were before Everyday dropped, and one of them I was so trashed I barely even remember it... meanwhile I had friends who were at 12/8/98. So I feel your pain a bit.
This was a show that my brother went to for his 19th birthday. I mean it was in Lexington ON HIS BIRTHDAY. He didn't deserve such a treat. I do!

The Last Stop*
Lie in Our Graves*
Crash into Me*
Don't Drink the Water*
Stay (Wasting Time)*
Crush
Jimi Thing
Heartbeat Intro
Pantala Naga Pampa
Rapunzel
Proudest Monkey
Two Step*
Anyone Seen the Bridge
Too Much
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* with Bela Fleck
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Old 03-07-2019, 01:54 AM   #27
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Oddly enough the show that got me not only into AUD pulls but also made me a full on die hard was this one. All because of Toy Soldiers.

Song was magic to me when I was 14 or 15 and first heard a bad quality MP3 of it, I had to fall down a rabbit hole and find out what the rest of the show was like. To this day its still one of my favorite ones to listen to. Not only did it secure DMB forever in my life but it also got me into Soul Coughing / Mike Doughty which was why I was real stoked to get to hear Ruby Vroom last week.

But of course the dmb song that got me full bore into their deeper fandom is one I have absolutely 0 chance of ever hearing

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June 11, 1996
Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ

Tripping Billies
Seek Up
#41
Say Goodbye
Watermelon Smilin' on the Vine
Two Step
Crash into Me
Recently
So Much to Say
Dancing Nancies
Toy Soldiers
Warehouse
Lie in Our Graves
Is Chicago, Is Not Chicago
Too Much
Drive In Drive Out
Ants Marching
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Cry Freedom
All Along the Watchtower
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Old 03-07-2019, 01:57 AM   #28
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I'll never forget hearing Grey Street and Bartender over that 2000 summer. I must have listened to those tour opener first versions 1000 times.
GOD I love those first Bartender / Grey Street performances. I think I had to reburn that disc a few times just from it getting so much love back when I was murdering a Discman every 6 months.
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Old 03-07-2019, 02:11 AM   #29
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Cool thread. Casually heard wwys, ants, and satellite, had the album. Sometime in '96 friend hooks me up with first tapes. Cubby Bear and Roseland ballroom '95 lock it in. Blue Water locks it in. Mtv Crashing the Quarter locks it in and I take off.
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Old 03-07-2019, 06:50 AM   #30
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I was a teenage girl when crash came out, so of course I recorded the song off the radio on a cassette I eventually bought the album after seeing a few of the other videos on mtv. And then I saw crashing the quarter and farmaid 97 and thought I had to get to a show. I finally made it in summer 98. I remember seeing live at the 10 spot, storytellers, Woodstock, listener supported. Not to mention letterman, SNL, Charlie rose. They were everywhere on tv, they were hard to miss. Seeing that stuff seemingly every few months kept me interested. 2000 was the first year I went to multiple shows and there was no turning back.
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Old 03-07-2019, 09:01 AM   #31
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It took me something like 47 shows to get Raven.
I gave up hope on Raven a long time ago, I've never caught it.

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This was a show that my brother went to for his 19th birthday. I mean it was in Lexington ON HIS BIRTHDAY. He didn't deserve such a treat. I do!

The Last Stop*
Lie in Our Graves*
Crash into Me*
Don't Drink the Water*
Stay (Wasting Time)*
Crush
Jimi Thing
Heartbeat Intro
Pantala Naga Pampa
Rapunzel
Proudest Monkey
Two Step*
Anyone Seen the Bridge
Too Much
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Satellite
Tripping Billies

* with Bela Fleck
Stay with Bela? I don't think I've ever heard this show. Set looks nice.

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Oddly enough the show that got me not only into AUD pulls but also made me a full on die hard was this one. All because of Toy Soldiers.

Song was magic to me when I was 14 or 15 and first heard a bad quality MP3 of it, I had to fall down a rabbit hole and find out what the rest of the show was like. To this day its still one of my favorite ones to listen to. Not only did it secure DMB forever in my life but it also got me into Soul Coughing / Mike Doughty which was why I was real stoked to get to hear Ruby Vroom last week.

But of course the dmb song that got me full bore into their deeper fandom is one I have absolutely 0 chance of ever hearing

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Dave Matthews Band
June 11, 1996
Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ

Tripping Billies
Seek Up
#41
Say Goodbye
Watermelon Smilin' on the Vine
Two Step
Crash into Me
Recently
So Much to Say
Dancing Nancies
Toy Soldiers
Warehouse
Lie in Our Graves
Is Chicago, Is Not Chicago
Too Much
Drive In Drive Out
Ants Marching
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Cry Freedom
All Along the Watchtower
This is a good show, would like a release some day
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Old 03-07-2019, 09:23 AM   #32
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I was always a fan of the singles I heard on the radio, so I got copies of the big 3. I then saw my first show on 7/20/02 [Only registered users can see links.]

I was hooked after that. I just wish I was old enough to enjoy the early years, but 02-04 was a pretty fun time to be really getting into the band.
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Old 03-07-2019, 11:40 AM   #33
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Probably blasphemy, but I really didn't like WWYS when I heard it on the radio. A bit later my college roommate played the heck out of UTTAD though, and I pretty quickly fell in love with their overall sound...TBOWA was such a joyful song. The release of live at Luther upped my fandom tremendously...I couldn't believe they could achieve so many of the intricacies of the full band with just two guitars. It inspired me to pick up the guitar. First show was in 1999, which was fantastic. I have to say though, it was the summer of 2000 and hearing those new songs and the release of the Lillywhite sessions that put me over the edge...such a great time to be a fan (well except for the whole downhill spiral around that time ha)
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Old 03-07-2019, 01:56 PM   #34
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I was a teenage girl when crash came out, so of course I recorded the song off the radio on a cassette I eventually bought the album after seeing a few of the other videos on mtv. And then I saw crashing the quarter and farmaid 97 and thought I had to get to a show. I finally made it in summer 98. I remember seeing live at the 10 spot, storytellers, Woodstock, listener supported. Not to mention letterman, SNL, Charlie rose. They were everywhere on tv, they were hard to miss. Seeing that stuff seemingly every few months kept me interested. 2000 was the first year I went to multiple shows and there was no turning back.

Was that the one from the Tabernacle in Atlanta?
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Old 03-08-2019, 05:50 AM   #36
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7/11/00

It was my second show, with the first having been a few days prior at 7/8. Id been into the band based on what was played on the radio, but wasn’t familiar with a ton more than that. I really just went because it was a trip with high school friends.

I distinctly remember their starting Typical Situation and a couple of my friends being stoked. The 7/8 jam and return back into the final chorus floored me, and I’ve been doing this shit ever since. To this day I’ll root for Typical at every show I go to.
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Old 03-08-2019, 06:51 AM   #37
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Old 03-14-2019, 09:11 AM   #38
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I remember listening to Crash Into Me on the radio on a bus going to detassel corn in 1996 (I live in the midwest..) That made me want to get Crash and then later UTTAD and BTCS. I didn't like BTCS when it released though. It wasn't until I dated a girl in 2000 who LOVED DMB and BTCS that I started to appreciate that album and also made me get a ticket to the 9/18 STL show for us to go to that I really started to like them a lot. Then in early 2001 when I was looking for the songs that I liked from that show I realized you could download entire shows people recorded and I found my show - that really made me go all in. The whole LWS/ED debacle happened while I was on DMBML. The rest is history.
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Old 03-14-2019, 09:18 AM   #39
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Listener Supported is what piqued my interest. Seeing them live in Montreal (4/21/02) was what sealed the deal.
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I remember listening to Crash Into Me on the radio on a bus going to detassel corn in 1996 (I live in the midwest..) .
I grew up in Chicago, went to school at IU and grad school in Normal. Never once have I detasseled corn. Although I'd like to!
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